A Black Women’s History of the United States: ReVisioning American History, Book 5

A vibrant and empowering history that emphasizes the perspectives and stories of African-American women to show how they are – and have always been – instrumental in shaping our country

Christianity Before Christ

Christianity Before Christ by John G. Jackson Nothing is new or original in Christianity. That is the important thesis demonstrated in¬†Christianity Before Christ. The least important features, as well as the most important components, were all well developed in cultures that flourished before the time that Christ is alleged to have walked the parched pathsContinue reading “Christianity Before Christ”

Spirituality Before Religions: Spirituality is Unseen Science…Science is Seen Spirituality

Spirituality Before Religions, delves deeply into many ideas researched by many brilliant writers and scholars. This book synthesizes these writings into a comprehensive study of ancient African Deep Thought with Tep Heseb, the Kemetic (Egyptian) process of accurately reckoning by using the correct method of analysis. This clear and concise philosophy guided early humanity into the heavens on earth, while creating a heaven on earth.

“What God Wants”

The biggest danger in the world today is not the asking of questions, but the assumption that we have all the answers.

WHAT GOD WANTS

This book, from the author of the phenomenal New York Times bestseller Conversations with God, is dangerous. Why? Because it explores with startling freshness the most important question you could ever ask — and offers with breathtaking courage the most extraordinary answer you could ever imagine.

That answer is so theologically revolutionary and spiritually empowering that it could change the course of human history. If embraced, it most certainly will change your life.

There are people and institutions in the world, long in place and long in power, that want neither of these outcomes to occur. They would rather that you put this book down right now.

Clotel, or, The President’s Daughter

Often considered the first African-American novel, This novel focuses on the difficult lives of mulattoes in America and the “degraded and immoral condition of the relation of master and slave in the USA” (Brown). It is about the tragic lives of Currer, Althesea, and Clotel.